July 4, 2022
MANILA, Philippines — Active COVID-19 cases nationwide have surpassed 9,000, data from the Department of Health (DOH) showed.
Based on DOH’s latest figures, the country registered an additional 1,302 COVID-19 cases on Saturday, raising the number of active infections to 9,105.
The country logged more than 1,000 new cases for three consecutive days since June 30.
The overall case count stands at 3,706,951.
Meanwhile, total COVID-19 recoveries and the death toll are at 3,637,268 and 60,578, respectively.
Metro Manila has most new cases
According to independent analytics group OCTA Research fellow Guido David, most of the fresh COVID-19 infections, or 625 cases, were recorded in Metro Manila.
Provinces with the most new cases on 7.2.22. Data was extracted from https://t.co/kM89DgrHW7. Any errors in data should be addressed to DOH. @dzbb @allangatus @News5PH @dzrhnews @DZAR1026 @NewsRmn @dwiz882 @ali_sotto @PhilstarNews @manilabulletin @MlaStandard @ManilaTimesNEWS pic.twitter.com/FcHyPxQV7V
— Dr. Guido David (@iamguidodavid) July 2, 2022
Of the 625 new cases in the capital region, more than 100 were listed in Quezon City.
The following is the breakdown of cases in Metro Manila’s local government units:
Quezon City – 139 new cases
Makati – 83 new cases
Manila – 83 new cases
Parañaque – 52 new cases
Pasig – 40 new cases
Pasay – 38 new cases
Las Piñas – 34 new cases
Mandaluyong – 34 new cases
Taguig – 29 new cases
Muntinlupa – 24 new cases
Marikina – 20 new cases
Caloocan – 14 new cases
San Juan City – 11 new cases
Valenzuela – 10 new cases
Malabon – 6 new cases
Navotas – 5 new cases
Pateros is the only local government unit in the capital region that did not record a new case.